Put a Freeze on Winter Fires

Published in Resources on 12/14/2018

Heating, holiday decorations, winter storms and candles all contribute to an increased risk of fire during the winter months. So Join the NFPA and the U.S. Fire Administration and team up to help reduce your risk to winter fires and other hazards, including carbon monoxide and electrical fires.

Tagged Under: Emergency Response, Public Information

Festive celebrations, flickering lights and winter greens are all hallmarks of the holiday season, but they also present fire risks that can quickly turn this festive time of year into a devastating one. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) works to educate the public about potential fire risks during the holidays.
Follow the links below to view and download free materials to teach yourself, family friends and community about winter home fire safety. People are at greater risk in the winter season when they cook holiday meals, display decorations, and may use unsafe heat sources. You can help prevent winter weather-related home fires in your community with these safety tips, social media messages, public service announcements, and publications.

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Put A Freeze on Winter Fires
U.S. Fire Administration